This 242,317 Sq.Ft. leasable area addition project includes the expansion of Macy's, JCPenney, and Sears, space for 100 new stores, 2 parking garages, a new 50% bigger dining terrace consisting of 820 seats, relocation of Crate & Barrel, and numerous changes to the Promenade. In particular, a new and enhanced indoor shopping promenade was designed, completed with three major spatial nodes: the South node, the new Main Entry space, and the North node. I have been involved since schematic design thru 100% Construction Documents. In the early phase of design, I developed a Revit model whose exports made up for over 75% of the entire pricing set for the project. Later, during design development and CD phases, I focused on the main entry node, with its glazed moment frame toward the exterior plaza, the large canopy, and the pedestrian bridge at the second level.
750,000 Sq.Ft. - $179M - I have been involved during Design Development for this mixed use high-rise building, supporting the senior designer in the development, selection and visualization of the final scheme.
This project explores different options for the remodeling and conversion into a domestic terminal of the San Francisco Internation Airport Terminal 2, formerly the international terminal, closed in 2000. Several schematic designs were developed, paying attention to the deficiencies of the current building, and the ever-changing needs of a new domestic terminal. The study proposes increasing levels of intervention, from a simple remodeling of the existing building to its almost complete demolition and replacement. In all schemes, Boarding Area D is mostly preserved since its current design already serves efficiently the highest number of gates possible.
I was one of the designers in the team, and below are shown my contributions to the final proposal.
This was a relatively fast master planning exercise, where I rendered the site plans and the perspectives from the same 3D Studio MAX scene. Several options for office, lab and parking expansion were analyzed and proposed.
This master plan explored the addition of 3M square foot of new office space to the existing campus, including the required parking, and public open spaces. Several concept design schemes were produced and presented.
These are options for the Hilltop site of the Genentech South San Francisco campus. Also, we developed the graphics for a general campus site plan.
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